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Overly long button up shirt/smock?

crupp56

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Hey guys, I'm looking to throw together this outfit idea and I'd like to make it unique. One of the things I'm looking for is basically a long sleeve shirt that fits me properly (I'm a slim, average height guy) but runs a little longer- sort of like a smock or overcoat version of a shirt.

Basically a button-up shirt that I can wear like a really thin overcoat, or a thin lab coat, that hits somewhere between my hip and my knee.

I don't know if this type of shirt exists for men, it's a little on the feminine side, but that's kind of the point. Can anyone help me out?
 

djibouti

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yohji yamamoto from S/S 2011. wire.artist is selling something similar in white on stylezeitgeist. Raf Simons has done some white shirts exactly as you describe. You could probably also get a tailor like CEGO to do it (which would in all likelihood be the cheapest/easiest/quickest route to this) but they might find your request a bit funny.
 

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